Minnesota Now: Mar. 19, 2024

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Uber and Lyft have threatened to leave the Twin Cities metro after the Minneapolis City Council passed a resolution, raising minimum driver pay. And that’s raised alarms for advocates of people with disabilities who rely on rideshares for transportation.

A group of unsung climate leaders from across Minnesota just returned from an international meeting.

And MPR News talked with two entrepreneurs picking up the baton in Grand Marais.

We also talked about how public messaging in Hmong gets lost in translation.

Ever had a question about why this state is the way it is? You’re curious, Minnesota, and a 5-year-old column by the Star Tribune has answers.

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